EmuKiller is a strong active smasher in the Tristate Area. He is a regular Netplay player and Project M player and is considered to be one of the best Meta Knight players in the world. EmuKiller is currently ranked 9th on the NY/NJ Project M Power Rankings and 39th on the PMRank 2018, and was formerly ranked 17th on the New York City Power Rankings.
EmuKiller dominated the Project M singles tournament at SKTAR 3, winning the whole tournament without dropping a set, playing only as Mewtwo. As he swept through winners' bracket, he defeated several top professional players, such as Armada 2-0, Rolex 2-0, and ESAM 3-1, to make it to winners' finals, where he defeated Professor Pro 3-1. In grand finals, he defeated Mew2King 3-0, including two Mewtwo ditto victories.
EmuKiller later attended Zenith 2014, where he placed 3rd in Project M singles. He defeated Frozen 2-0, Seagull Joe 2-0, and Mew2King 3-0 again in winners' bracket, before losing to Junebug 1-3 in winners' finals. In losers' finals, he lost to ZeRo 0-3. He also placed 3rd in Project M doubles with Rolex, losing to Mew2King and ZeRo 0-3 in winners' finals and then to Junebug and Pink Fresh 0-3 in losers' finals.
Although he failed to achieve the results he obtained in the previous year for 2015, he had a resurgence in 2016 with a new main: Meta Knight (although he still occasionally plays Mewtwo in bracket). At We Tech Those 2, he showcased how much of a threat he still was, defeating Goode 2-0, Switch 3-2, Phresh 3-1, Darc 3-0 and Envy 3-2 and 3-0 to place 1st. Since then, he has continued to place highly at events such as Super Smash Con 2016, Olympus, and The Bigger Balc.